Obamacare may or may not be constitutional. But one thing is certain, writes Liz Peek, it certainly gummed up the works
when it comes to America's economic recovery.
Here we go again. All eyes are on the Supreme Court as it wrestles with whether or not President Obama’s healthcare bill is constitutional. The country is divided on the merits of the law, but this we can say with certainty: Obamacare profoundly gummed up our recovery from the financial crisis.
Holman Jenkins is even more critical
of the "Affordable Healthcare Act"
The Constitution may permit far-reaching schemes of insurance regulation; it may even permit an individual mandate. It may permit the government completely to take over health care. But it certainly does not permit insurance fraud. That's what the mandate is: It forces the young and healthy to pony up once again for another of Washington's actuarially unsound welfare promises.
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